The School Board establishes meal prices on an annual basis. There is a 5 cent increase to the prices of student and adult meals for the upcoming school year in accordance with state and federal requirements. There is no change to reduced meal prices.
Breakfast and lunch are provided at all schools, with free and reduced-price meals available for families who qualify. Applications for free and reduced-price meals are distributed to parents at the beginning of the school year. Applications can also be found on the division website and are available upon request at any time from any school.
Establishing a prepaid account allows students to move quickly the line by reducing cash transactions.
Online Payment System
Funds can be deposited electronically through the online portal, MySchoolBucks. This service also allows parents to monitor balances and set up email alerts when balances are low, view student purchases and place daily or weekly spending limits.
Cash or Check Payments
Parents can also make advanced payments (cash or check) for payments. Please make checks out to the school your child attends. In the memo section, include the child's name and student ID.
The division has adopted a policy and regulation to ensure all students are provided meals regardless of their ability to pay for the meal on a given day. Account balances should be settled in a prompt manner. Automated messages and letters will be sent to families with negative meal account balances.
Free or reduced price lunches are available (upon application and approval) to students whose family income falls within federally established guidelines. Applications for free and reduced-price meals are distributed to parents at the beginning of the school year. Applications also may be requested at any time from any school.
Menus, nutrition details and other important information can be found on the Food Services page.